Taking Classroom Exams in Testing Services; Instructions for STUDENTS:
Request your accommodations in the Disability Services Online System and talk with each of your professors about how your testing accommodations will be facilitated.
If you choose to have your exams proctored in Testing Services, you must first notify your professors.
Submit a request for taking your exam with Testing Services by either completing the Test Reservation Form or contact Testing Services email@example.com 216-687-2272 with your CSU ID, dates and times for exams, and your syllabus for each course.
You are required to take your test at the same time as the rest of the class If there is a scheduling conflict, your professor will need to give us permission for you to take your exam at a different time.
On the scheduled day and time, arrive in Testing Services for your test. Bring a valid photo ID with you..
Please be on time. If you are more than thirty minutes late, you will not be able to test. You will then need to seek permission from your professor to reschedule.
Students must complete exams 15 minutes prior to the 9:00 pm closing time. Time accommodations will be strictly enforced. Students will be informed of their time allowance when they begin the exam.
Appointments for students in evening courses must be made at least FIVE business days before the exam is to be taken.
Taking Classroom Exams in Testing Services; Instructions for FACULTY:
When a student presents an faculty notification letter, please be sure that the student is aware of all test dates for the semester.
Students will schedule their tests directly with Testing Services.
Testing Services will send faculty an e-mail to request the testing materials for scheduled exams to notify you which courses, students, and days/times the students are scheduled for.
Tests should be taken on the same day and time as the rest of the class. There may be exceptions if the student is permitted a make-up exam as part of an attendance accommodation, if Testing Services does not have a seat for them, or if there is a scheduling conflict that would interfere with a student having their approved extended time on an exam. You will be notified in these cases.